Camera makers are reimagining the boxy point-and-shoot. Shrunken sensors allow for crafty designs, while faster processors create shots old models can’t match. Casio’s slim TRYX is the first of this new breed.
The TRYX is nimble, turning 180 degrees on two axes. Its three-inch LCD spins to show you what’s in the shot, be it around a corner or over a crowd. A frame rotates around the lens to support the camera as a stand, handle or hook.
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